The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 6-8 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 6, Maureen and the Lie, Maureen is feeling humiliated because Harold abandoned her to go on this walk. She doesn't know if he'll return once he reaches Berwick. She thinks about Harold's mother who abandoned Harold and wonders if Harold is now doing the same. She admits that she had sometimes been ready to give up on her marriage but remains because of David. She has to take out the trash, a task that's usually Harold's job. Rex asks why Maureen is taking out the trash, knowing it's usually Harold's job. Maureen makes up a story, saying Harold twisted his ankle and needs to rest it. She hears the phone and rushes inside, but the caller hangs up before she can answer. She doesn't sleep well, thinking about Harold walking to Queenie's bedside, and she's hurt by the knowledge.

In Chapter 7, Harold...

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